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Asus ZenFone AR looks Daydreamy

Asus ZenFone AR

Asus ZenFone AR

Asus ZenFone AR

Asus ZenFone AR

Asus ZenFone AR

Asus ZenFone AR

Asus ZenFone AR

Asus ZenFone AR

Asus ZenFone AR

The Asus ZenFone AR is the first phone to bundle both Google Tango AR and support for Google Daydream VR into a single device.

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A close-up view of the ZenFone's Tri-Cam system. One camera is 23 megapixels, the second uses motion sensing technology allowing the device to track its location as it moves and the third camera uses infrared technology to measure distances between real-world objects.

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The ZenFone AR has a 5.7-inch AMOLED display with 2,560x1,440 pixels.

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The back is defined by the Ti-Cam enclosure at the top.

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The back of the phone is covered in soft leather.

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On the bottom (left to right) is a standard 3.5mm audio jack, USB Type-C 2.0 and a five-magnet speaker.  

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Asus ZenFone AR is 4.6-8.9 millimeters thick, which is much smaller than the first Tango-supported phone, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro.

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Lowe's Vision App is one of the 35 Tango-supported apps at launch.

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The Lowe's Vision app lets you make accurate measurements using AR which can be used to preview what new furnishings would look like in your space without moving a single piece of furniture.

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The distance between the chair and the coffee table is overlaid as line segments in real time on the phone's display.

For more about the Asus ZenFone AR, check out our first look.

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